Days Inn West Point
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... locking down the other day. He was reloading his barge at the pulp mill, no doubt preparing to monopolize the locks again. But, as one is reminded over and over, this is a commercial canal built for commercial barges and we recreational boaters are merely tolerated. The fourth, fifth and sixth lock downs went well enough but the wind was starting to pick up making it a challenge to tie off in the last lock. So, in spite of our hopes to make one more lock for ...
... allowed us to photograph his beautiful red truck. We reached starkville at 10:00 pm and visited with Maria and Ismael, friends from Spain. Maria is going through a veterinary neurology residency at Mississippi State. She had made arrangements for us to spend the night at a local equestrian subdivision. Quince had a huge round pen with lots of grass and we slept in the horse trailer. Looking forward to having breakfast with Maria and Ismael in the am. Plan to head to Arkansas ...
... and they have offered to come fetch the boys for a little break if they'd like.
Greg took a lot of video and photographs today and I really love being able to see what they're seeing. They said it was overcast all day today and it ...
The Eagle has landed for real! The guys have spotted three Bald Eagles now on their journey. These videos were taken somewhere along the Tombigbee River near Columbus, MS. Too cool!
... tape designating which side to pass.
I zoomed in past the mat of vegetation and trees to the bluffs on the main river channel. We turned left there and were right outside the next lock. The lock master was waiting for us when we arrived and we went right through.
Continuing on downriver we passed some bald eagles in the trees. Looked like the two together was an adult and juvenile.